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1860 Census Macon County, Illinois
Post Office: Decatur

Jacob Bear 49 m Farmer Pa.
Catherine " 38 f Pa.
Albert " 6 m IL
Elizabeth " 19 f Pa.
Hulda " 4 f IL
Josiah " 1 m IL

Is Elizabeth Bear a daughter of Jacob and Catherine?
Yes, from first marriage

Living next door is Ephraim Bear (Jr.) (41, born in Pa.) and wife Susan.
Children are Mary, David, John, Charles.


1870 Census: Friends Creek, Macon, Illinois

Bear, Jacob 62 w, m, Farmer Pennsylvania
___, Catherine 57, w, f, Keeping Home Pennsylvania
___, Alfred 14, w, m, IL
___, Hulda 11, w, f, IL
___, Josiah 8, w, m, IL
___, Rebecca 6, w, f, IL



1880 Census: Willow Branch, Piatt County, Illinois

Bear, Jacob 70 Farmer Pa. Pa. Pa.
___, Catherine 66 Wife Keeping House Pa. Pa. Pa.
___, Joseph 22 Son Farmer IL Pa. Pa.
___, Rebecca 16 Daughter IL Pa. Pa.

Is Joseph = Josiah? Names and ages don't quite agree.

Living next door is the other son, Albert
Bear, Albert 27 Farmer IL Pa. Pa.
___, Josephine 23 Wife IL O. O.
___, Bertha 2 Dau. IL IL IL 
Jacob BEAR
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Ancestry.com Family Data Collection - Births
Name: James S Stockwell
Father: Ephraim Stockwell
Mother: Margaret Streeter
Birth Date: 3 Sep 1834
City: St Lawrence
State: NY
Country: USA

from: http://www.rootsweb.com/~neboyd/query/query002.htm#1043
JAMES STREETER STOCKWELL b. 1834 in NY 1835 family moved to Indiana. 1857 Wed Sarah FOWLER, children- 1859 Ephraim Adelbert, 1863 Sarah Lillian. 1880 established in South Bend, IN until he divorced in 1888. 3 months later he remarried Amelia M. Damero in Hutchinson Co., SD, shortly after they relocated to Butte, NE, where James Stockwell practiced medicine as their first physician. There were 2 daughters- Mable and Vera and a son Lynn. I am looking for any relations through this line of family. Janet


U.S. Federal Census 1850
listed twice ? Once under his father's household, Ephraim Stockwell in Milford, Lagrange, IN.
and once under his sister's household, Amy Reade and James Reade in Johnson, Lagrange, IN.

U.S. Federal Census 1860

Name: James Stockwell
Age in 1860: 25
Birth Year: abt 1835
Birthplace: Ohio
Home in 1860: Millford, Lagrange, Indiana
Gender: Male

Household Members:
Name Age
James Stockwell 25
Sarah Stockwell 18
Adelbert Stockwell 1

1870 U.S. Federal Census
South Haven, Van Buren, Michigan
Stockwell, James 36 m Carpenter, Farmer New York
____, Sarah L. 29 f Keeping House Indinana
____, Ephraim A. 11 m at schol Indiana
____, Sarah L. 8 f Indiana
____, Daisy Bell 7/12 f Michigan

Ephraim A. is probably Ephraim Adelbert Stockwell.


Year: 1870; Census Place: South Haven, Van Buren, Michigan; Roll: M593_706; Page: 530; Image: 696.


1880 U.S. Federal Census
South Bend, Saint Joseph, Indiana

Name S Age Relation Occupation self father mother
Jas. Stockwell m 47 Carpenter, joiner NY MA NY
Sarah F. Stockwell f 38 wife Physician IN PA PA
Adelbert Stockwell m 21 son Book Keeper IN NY IN
Sarah L. Stockwell f 18 dau. Home IN NY IN
Sarah E. Anderson f 18 neice Home MI. IN. NY

Year: 1880; Census Place: South Bend, Saint Joseph, Indiana; Roll: T9_309; Family History Film: 1254309; Page: 411.3000; Enumeration District: 162; Image: 0441.

Notes for 1880 Census:
James lists place of birth for his parents as Massachusetts for his father, Ephraim Stockwell, New York for his mother (preseumably Margaret Streeter). How is Sarah E. Anderson related?


Found Benjamin F. Stockwell (and wife) living next door to James Stockwell (and family) in 1920 Census for Butte, Boyd Co. Nebraska. Are these the same Benjamin and James Stockwells? Ages and places of birth line up. But what happened to James Stockwell being married to Sarah ? Did they divorce? In 1900 Census, she lists her marital status as "widowed".

Also found James Stockwell and wife Amelia in 1900 and 1910 Census in NE.


http://boards.ancestry.com/localities.northam.usa.states.nebraska.counties.boyd/213/mb.ashx

One of the oldest and best known practitioners of the northwest is found in the person of Doctor James S. Stockwell, of Butte, who, while well along in years, is still as young in heart, mind and body as many who are his junior by a score of years.
James S. Stockwell was born in St. Lawrence county, New York, September 3, 1834, and is a son of Ephraim and Margaret (Streeter) Stockwell, who moved to Licking county, Ohio, about 1837, and after a short time in that vicinity went to La Grange county, Indiana. James' early education was obtained through attendance at the country schools in these various places. At an early age he learned the carpenter trade, and supported himself, while studying for a higher profession. He early evinced a liking for medicine, and determined to fit himself for that work, so began his studies in Kendallville, Indiana, and in 1859, removed to Sturgis, St. Joseph county, Michigan, where he could have better advantages. Having finally saved enough money to commence his college career, he went to Ann Arbor, and entered the medical department. He was married and his wife also took up a course of study.
After completing his studies and receiving his diploma, he located in South Bend, Indiana, where he established an office and practiced for ten years, then gave up his work there to go farther west. In 1883, he settled in Parkston, South Dakota, remaining for five years, and then removed to Phoenix, Holt county, Nebraska. In the spring of 1890, he filed on a homestead situated three miles southeast of Butte, and after residing on the land for two years, purchased a house in Butte, removed his family to town, and has since that time made it his home.
During the course of his practice in different locations, Doctor Stockwell has encountered many severe storms on the plains, etc., the worst probably being the blizzard of January 12, 1888. He had a call to a sick bed eight miles from town and was on his way home when the storm overtook him. For two hours he battled with the blinding, frozen blast, and became confused as to direction, so was finally forced to give his team their heads, they going to the house of a settler who gave him shelter for the night. On other occasion he had experiences with prairie fires which might have resulted seriously. When in South Dakota at one time his escape from one was effected only by speedily starting a back fire and driving out the flames, thus giving him a chance to get his team into the burned space.
Doctor Stockwell has enjoyed a wide practice throughout Holt, Boyd and other counties in Nebraska, as well as in Gregory county, South Dakota, and while younger physicians have entered the field with diplomas of a much later date, the old doctor holds his own against all competition. He is a typical pupil of the old school, kindly and sympathetic, in whom his patients have the utmost confidence, and for whom they have an affection that is almost that of a beloved blood kin.
Doctor Stockwell was first married at Kendallville, Indiana, in 1856, to Miss Sarah Fowler, a native of Michigan. Two children blessed this union: Adelbert, now in business at South Bend, Indiana, and Lillian, an artist of flattering attainments, at present making her home with her brother in South Bend. Doctor Stockwell's wife died in 1884.
June 29, 1888, our subject was married the second time, in Holt county, to Miss Amelia Damero, a native of Wisconsin. Her family came to Nebraska, settling in Holt county, and are well known old timers in that vicinity. Dr. and Mrs. Stockwell have three children: Ver, Lynn, now attending Butte high school; and Mabel.
Doctor Stockwell is a democrat, and has always evinced a deep interest in party affairs. He is a member of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows of Butte.

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Note that this biography states that his first wife, Sarah Fowler, died in 1884, but she was alive in the 1900 Census (she also lists herself as widowed). It appears that James Streeter Stockwell and Sarah Fowler Stockwell divorced sometime after 1880. Also, while the biography indicates that he practiced as a doctor in Indiana, the 1870 Census and the 1880 Census list his occupation as carpenter, while his wife is listed as a physician. 
James Streeter STOCKWELL
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1900 U.S. Federal Census
Rockford Village, Rockford Township, Wright County, Minnesota
Enumueration date 18th June 1900

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Place of Birth
Name relation s d.o.b. age person father mother
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Fish, Emma E. head f Dec 1859 40 Iowa England New York
__, Maud L. dau. f Aug 1879 20 Indiana Indiana Iowa
__, Victor D. son m Jun 1882 17 Minn. Indiana Iowa
__, Mabel C. dau. f Oct 1886 15 Minn. Indiana Iowa

For Emma Fish, Marital status is: Widowed. Census also states she's had 4 children, 4 still living.
For Maud Fish, occupation is: School teacher
For Victor Fish, occupation is: Farm Laborer

Note that d.o.b. for Maude and Victor don't agree with records

Year: 1900; Census Place: Rockford, Wright, Minnesota; Roll: T623 798; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 236


1910 U.S. Federal Census
Kendallville City, Wayne Township, Noble County, Indiana
Enumueration date 19th April 1910

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Place of Birth
Name relation s age person father mother
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Miller, Roy head m 33 Minnesota Indiana Indiana
__, Maud wife f 30 Indiana Indiana Iowa
__, Leland son m 7 Indiana Indiana Indiana
Meyers, Emma mother-in-law f 50 Iowa England New York

Roy and Maud have been married 9 years. Maud has has 1 child, still living. Emma Meyers has 4 children, all still living.

Year: 1910; Census Place: Kendallville Ward 1, Noble, Indiana; Roll: T624_372; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 124; Image: 1314.

In 1910 Census, Emma Meyers is living with her daughter Maude (Fish) Miller and her husband Roy Miller, and son Leland Miller. Her marital status is widowed, and her last name is now Meyers. So, between 1900 and 1910 she married George Meyers, then he died before 1910.


1920 U.S. Federal Census
Wayne, Noble, Indiana

Roy Miller head 42
Maude Miller wife 40
Leland Miller son 17
May Miller mother 63

Year: 1920;Census Place: Wayne, Noble, Indiana; Roll: T625_459; Page: 20B; Enumeration District: 149; Image: 404 
Maude Leanora FISH
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Following notes By Allan L. Bentley:
From Index of NC Ancestors - NC Genealogical Society. Cornelius LEARY NC married 1679 to Mary BENTLY of North Carolina.

1687 - Richard Bentley (cooper). Cornelius Leary managed Richard Bentley's estate

From Journal of North Carolina Genealogy Vol. 16
April 24,1689 - John Bentley deeded land to Cornelius Leary

History of Perquimans County
- Feb. 4, 1691. John Bentley sold 100 acres to Josiah Fendall adjacent to Cornelius Leary and Henry Norman.

PERQUIMANS COUNTY, NC Records Abstracts

DEED BOOK A

Page 67. John BENTLEY, Cooper-(son of Richard, of Perq Pre'ct, Cooper, Dec'd) sold 100a (part of a grt unto his father Richard BENTLEY, 15000a, Mar 29, 1680) unto Joyas (Josiah) FENDALL, adj Cornelius LEARY, & Henry NORMAN. Feb 4, 1691. Test' John HARVEY, John PHILPOTTS, Alexander LILLINGTON. 
Cornelius LEARY
5
LEARY, Sarah & CHARLTON, Thomas J. 3/27/1827
Witness: Samuel Charlton

1850 Census, Chowan County, NC.
Samuel Charlton, 57, Merchant
Sarah Charlton, 45

Age is about right. Did Thomas Charlton die and Sarah Leary Charlton is living with Samuel Charlton? 
Sarah LEARY
6
LEARY, Tamer & MANNING, John 4/15/1829
Witness: Alex Spence, Edmund Hoskins 
Tamar Haughton LEARY
7 !"English Origins": p 663. Humphrey Carewe COOKE
8 !"English Origins": pp 663-64. John Carewe COOKE
9 !BAPTISM:
Charlotte Marie Gibaut daughter of Charles Jacques and Anne Jehan
born 10th and baptised 24th Sept 1815
sponsors Joseph Mauger, Charlotte Mauger and Marie Mauger
(Town Church page 83)

!NAME:
Also known as Mary Charlotte.

!MARRIAGE:
Mr. Hezekiah BICKFORD and Miss Mary GIBAUT were joined in marriage
May 22, 1831 by me Wm. RUNNELLS.
Marriage Records of Huron Co., OH
Vol. 1 O.S. page 145. 
Mary (Charlotte Marie or Mary Charlotte?) Gibaut
10 !BAPTISM:
Anne daughter of Daniel Jehan and Susannah Gallienne his wife,
born 25 May 1782 and baptised 27th of the month,
sponsors, Thomas Jackson, Marthe Henry and Margaret Soulas
(Town Church page 406) 
Anne Jehan
11 !BAPTISM:
Anne daughter of Jacques Gibaut and Marie Le Massurier
was born 10 Feb 1778 and presented for baptism the 15th of the month,
sponsors Henry Gallienne, Anne Le Massurier and Sara Gibaut
(Town Church page 308)

!BURIAL:
Anne daughter of Jacques Gibaut was buried 28th Sept 1781
(Town Church page 99) 
Anne Gibaut
12 !BAPTISM:
Charles Jacques Gibaut son of Charles Jacques and Anne Jehan
born 4 January 1802 and baptised 6th
sponsors Charles Jacques Gibaut, Pierre Gibaut and Marie Jehan
(Town Church page 107)

!MARRIAGE:
GIBAUT, Charles - Emily ROBINETTE Feb. 22, 1821 by Caleb DUNN J.P.
Ref- Muskingum Co., Ohio Marriages 1818-1835; by Genealogical Society of Zanesville, OH; 1977.

!MARRIAGE:
GIBEAUT, Charles T. - Arrabella ATCHINSON April 12, 1838 by J. HAMMOND.
Ref- Muskingum Co., Ohio Marriage Book #3 1835-1848; by Muskingum Co., OH Capter of OGS, Zanesville, OH; 1980.

!MARRIAGE:
GIBEAUT, Charles Jr. to Matilda JACKSON April 26, 1849.
Ref- Muskingum Co., Ohio Marriage Book #4 1848-1865; page 24; Muskingum Co. Courthouse, Zanesville, OH.

OCCUPATION:
"Goods were first sold in the township [Meigs] by Squire GILBEAUT, where is now the store of CHAPMAN & GILLOGLY, kept by the latter since 1855."
"In 1845 a postoffice was established at Lytlesburg (Meigsville), with William Betz as postmaster; and another at High Hill in charge of C. J. GIBEAUT."
Ref- Biographical and Historical Memoirs, Muskingum Co., Ohio; Goodspeed Publishing, Chicago; 1892; p. 231-332.

MISC.:
Ref- History of Muskingum Co., Ohio; J. F. Everhart & Co., 1882;
page 429-430
A Militia unit The Blue Rock Rifleman was formed in 1838. "This company and five others, formed a regiment. The Colonel was Charles GEBANT;..."
"Colonel Charles GEBANT was killed in the battle of Winchester, Virginia. He was a true soldier, and loyal patriot; a good disciplinarian and great commander."

page 445
The following list of Justices, for Meigs Township, is copied from the records at Zanesville.
1835 John HAMMOND and C. J. GIBEAUT. [3 year term]
1844 C. J. GIBEAUT and Thomas GREEN. [3 year term]

page 448
"In the year 1845, there lived in the southeastern corner of Meigs township a colored man (a quadroon) named Aquilla LETT." He was determined to send his 3 children to the district school. In December 1846 Mr. LETT sued the director of schools for debarring his children from the public schools. Colonel C. GIBEAUT served as counsel for Mr. LETT. Verdict for the plaintiff.

page 448
Post Offices in Meigs Twp.
"In the year 1845, offices were established simultaneously at High Hill and Meigsville (Lytlesburg) with C. J. GIBEAUT and William BETZ, Postmasters."

DEEDS:
There are many deeds recorded in Muskingum Co., OH by Charles J. GIBAUT Jr. In 1848 he was a widower. In 1853 and 1855 he was a resident of Guernsey Co., OH.

!MILITARY:
Official Roster of the Soldiers of the State of Ohio in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1866; The Ohio Valley Pub. & Mfg. Co., Cincinnati; 1886;
Vol. III page 411.
Captain Charles J. GIBEAUT age 59 entered 31 Aug. 1861 for 3 years, Co. F 13th Reg. Ohio Volunteer Infantry.
Vol. VIII page 323
Charles J. GIBEAUT, Captain, age 60 entered 16 Aug. 1862 for 3 years, Co. E 122nd Reg. Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Killed June 15, 1863, in Battle of Winchester, Virginia.
my note- This was known as the 2nd Battle of Winchester, VA.

MILITARY:
Widow's pension #16495 filed 29 Aug.1863 by Matilda GIBEAUT widow of Capt. Charles J. GIBEAUT. Certificate dated 21 March 1864, $20.00 per month commencing 15 June 1863 for Matilda GIBEANT widow of Chs. J. GIBEANT.
Minor's pension #96,409 filed 30 Nov. 1866 by Thomas FRAME guardian of minor children of Capt. Charles J. GIBEAUT. Certificate received 26 March 1867.

Information contained in files-
Application for pension filed on 29 Aug. 1863. Matilda GIBEAUT age 37, resident of [p.o.] Washington, Guernsey Co., OH. Widow of Charles J. GIBEAUT Captain of Co. E 122 Reg. Ohio Vol. Infty, "who was killed by the rebels in the battle of Winchester, Virginia, by a gun shot in the head, on the 15th day June, A.D. 1863."
Charles J. GIBEAUT mustered in as a Captain on 3 Oct. 1862.
Charles J. GIBEAUT married Matilda JACKSON 26 Apr. 1849. Marriage record from Muskingum Co., OH included.
5 children under 16 at the time of his death-
Westley J. GIBEAUT, aged 12 years, 11 mo. & 13 days
Arabella F. GIBEAUT aged 11 years, 8 mo. & 24 days
Charles B. GIBEUAT aged 8 years, 7 mo. & 29 days
Nicholas L. GIBEAUT aged 7 years, 2 mo. & 6 days
Sarah J. E. GIBEAUT aged 4 years, & 24 days
Affidavit by Francis REA M.D. who attended Matilda after the birth of her children-
Charles GIBEAUT born 17 Oct. 1854
N. Le[r?]oy GIBEAUT born 9 Mar. 1856
Sarah J. GIBEAUT born 29 May 1859
Affidavit by Mary A. SMITH who was present at the birth of-
Arrabella F. GIBEAUT born 21 Sep. 1851
Marriage record from Guernsey Co., OH for Mr. Oliver HESS and Mrs. Matilda GIBEAUT 12 Mar. 1866.
Nathan C. HARVEY of p.o. Oaks, Sauk Co., WI, guardian of the minor children of Charles J. GIBEAUT, filed for increased payments on 25 Aug. 1873 at the Madison, WI agency.

CENSUS:
1830 US Federal Census, OH, Muskingum Co., Meigs Twp.,
p. 259
Charles J. GIBOO
males- 2 u.5 2 5-10 1 20-30
females- 1 u.5 1 5-10 1-30-40

1840 US Federal Census, OH, Muskingum Co., Meigs Twp.,
p. 374
Chas. GIBBEAUT Jr. 1 manufacture and trades
males- 2 5-10 1 10-15 2 15-20 1 30-40
females- 1 u.5 1 10-15 1 15-20 1 30-40
near Chas. GIBBEAUT Sen. and Peter GIBBEAT

1850 US Federal Census, OH, Muskingum Co., Meigs Twp.
p. 460
GIBAUT
Charles 48 m Laborer $1600 "Ganges" married in year
Matilda 21 f Va. "
Joseph 18 m " Ohio
James 16 m Laborer Ohio attends school
Mary A. 10 f " "
William 8 m " blind
Alanson 3 m " attends school

1860 US Federal Census, OH, Guernsey Co., Wills Twp., p.o. Washington
p.67
GEBAUT
Charles 58 m Farmer 4000 800 Island of Guenrsey
Matilda 30 f Va.
Henry 17 m Mason? Ohio blind and ?
Alanson 13 m Ohio
Wesly 10 m Ohio school
Arbella 8 f Ohio "
Charles 5 m Ohio "
Nicholas 4 m Ohio
Sarah 1 f Ohio
BRALY
Orlando 40 m archetect? New York
Mary A. 20 f Ohio
Note- Mary A. GIBEAUT married Orlando BOUGHTON 23 Nov. 1859 at Guernsey Co., OH. Ref- LDS IGI 
Charles Jacques Gibaut, Jr.
13 !BAPTISM:
Ester daughter of Jacques Gibaut and Marie Le Massurier
was born 28 Apr 1775 and presented for baptism the 30th of the month ,
sponsors Daniel Bichard, Bertranne Jouane and Elizabeth Gallienne
(Town Church page 254)

!BURIAL:
Ester daughter of Jacques Gibaut was buried 2 Nov 1794
(Town Church page 192) 
Ester Gibaut
14 !BAPTISM:
Jean Charles Gibaut son of Charles Jacques and Anne Jehan
born 7 Dec 1802 and baptised 12th
sponsors Jean Mahy, Richard Mahy and Marie Flere
(Town Church page 135) 
Jean Charles Gibaut
15 !BAPTISM:
Joseph Le Mesurier Gibaut son of Charles Jacques and Anne Jehan
born 18th and baptised 26th June 1812
sponsors Charles Jacques Gibaux, Jean Gibaux and Anne Jehan
(Town Church page 469)

!NAME:
Had name listed as Joseph S. GIBAUT from cemetery records.

!MARRIAGE:
GIBEAUTT, Joseph - Jane WILSON Sept. 10, 1834 by William WALLACE.
Ref- Muskingum Co., Ohio Marriages 1818-1835; by Genealogical Society of Zanesville, OH; 1977.

!MARRIAGE:
Mr. Joseph GIBAUT and Miss Sarah WEBSTER
Erie Co., OH 25 Dec. 1842.
Filed and Recorded 29 Dec. 1842
Marriage Records of Erie Co., OH
Vol. 1 page 84.

OCCUPATION:
Night Watchman, Sandusky Police Dept.
28 Dec. 1852 - 1 Apr. 1853
11 June 1856 - 16 Apr. 1859
Sandusky Police Department History
http://www.amnorth.com/spd/spd-hist-g.html

CENSUS:
1840 US Federal Census, OH, Erie, Portland Twp.,
page 305
Joseph GIBEAU 1 in manufacture and trades
males- 1 20-30
females- 1 20-30


The following are from notes of Edwin CHESNEY of Bay Village, OH.
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CENSUS:
1850 US Federal Census, OH, Erie, Portland Twp.,
823/832
GIBAUT
Joseph 37 m mason $1500 Isle of Guernsey
Sarah 40 f New York
John 9 m Ohio
Charles 1/2 m Ohio
BLACK
Elizabeth 25 f mulatto unknown

1860 US Federal Census, OH, Erie Co., Sandusky City,
1101/1170
GIBAUT
Jos 48 m mason $1000 $30 France
Sarah 46 f New York
John 19 m Ohio
Charles 10 m Ohio

1870 US Federal Census, OH, Erie Co., Sandusky City,
36/37
GIBAUT
Jos. 59 m brick mason France
Sarah 61 f keeping house $3000 $100 Connecticut
Chas' J. W. 20 m accountant Ohio
Jno 31 m Ohio

1880 US Federal Census, OH, Erie, Sandusky, Ward 1, Washington St.
1021/51/57
GIBAUT,
Joseph 67 widowed plasterer France Fr. Fr.
GAGEN,
Bernaid 30 mar. works in wheel factory Ir. Ir. Ir.
Mary W. wife Canada Ire. Ire.
Mary R. 10/12 dau. Ohio Ir. Ir.

!BURIAL:
Oakland Cemetery, Sandusky, OH
GIBAUT, Joseph S.
Born June 18, 1812
Died April 1881
68 years
Ref- Erie County Cemetery Census before 1909, published 1989.

!BURIAL:
Oakland Cemetery record
Died of Cancer aged 68 years. 
Joseph Le Mesurier Gibaut
16 !BAPTISM:
Nancy Mary Gibaut daughter of Charles Jacques and Anne Jehan
born 17 Feb 1805 and baptised 24th
sponsors Pierre Sarchet, Marie Gibaut and Elizabeth Jehan
(Town Church page 209)

!MARRIAGE:
Ref- Muskingum Co., Ohio Marriages 1818-1835; by Genealogical Society of Zanesville, OH; 1977.

RELIGION:
Members of the 2nd Street Methodist Episcopal Church, Zanesville, Muskingum Co., OH on 4 May 1823-
Ann GIBO, Elizabeth GIBO, Nancy PARKER, Septimus PARKER
Ref- Biographical and Historical Memoirs, Muskingum Co., Ohio; Goodspeed Publishing, Chicago; 1892; p. 296.

CENSUS:
1850 US Federal Census, OH, Muskingum Co., Zanesville, Dist. 112, Ward 3,
p. 235 2126/2139
PARKER,
Septimus 57 m occ.- none Eng.
Nancy M. 45 f "
BRADEN,
Hiram H. 24 m Pa.
Ann G. 23 f O.
Charles H. 9/12 m Va. 
Nancy Mary Gibaut
17 !BAPTISM:
Nicolas Gibaut son of Charles Jacques and Anne Jehan
born 23rd and baptised 28th April 1810
sponsors Charles Jacques Gibaut, Nicolas Gibaut and Anne Jehan
(Town Church page 394)

!MARRIAGE:
Nicholas GIBEAUT married Nancy CADY 14 Dec. 1837 at Ripley Co., IN.
Ref.- Ripley County Indiana Marriage Records;
website: http://www.rootsweb.com/~inripley/marry-cd.html

CENSUS:
1850 US Federal Census, WI, Marquette Co., Indian Lands Dist. #10,
page 156, 1555-1555.
GILBEAUT
Nicholas 40 m Farmer Europe
Nancy 39 f New York
Charles 12 m Indiana
Samuel 10 m Indiana

1860 US Federal Census, IA, Mitchell Co., Mitchell Twp., p.o. Mitchell
page 200, 586-493.
GIBEANT
Nicholas 50 m Farmer 1200 500 Isle of Guernsey
Nancy 49 f New York
Charles 21 m Farmer Ohio
Samuel 20 m Farmer Indiana
Franklin 6 m Wisconsin
CARTER
Jane 12 f New York
attending school: Samuel, Franklin & Jane CARTER

1870 US Federal Census, IA, Mitchell Co., Mitchell Twp., p.o. Mitchell
page 162b 130-127
GIBEAUT
Nicholas 60 m Farmer 1600 400 Isle of Guernsey
Nancy 59 f Keepinghouse N.Y.
Franklin 17 m Wis.
note: Nicholas' father & mother of foreign birth, male citizen 21+
Franklin attends school and father of foreign birth. 
Nicholas GIBAUT
18 !BAPTISM:
Rachel daughter of Jacques Gibaut and Marie Le Massurier
was born 9 May 1780 and presented for baptism the 11th of the month,
sponsors Edouard De Folle, Anne Le Massurier and Sara Gibaut
(Town Church page 351)

!BURIAL:
Rachel daughter of Jacques Gibaut was buried 2 Mar 1802
(Town Church page 21) 
Rachel Gibaut
19 !BAPTISM:
Rachel Gibaut daughter of Charles Jacques and Anne Jehan
born 7 Mar 1807 and baptised 15th
sponsors Daniel Bichard, Rachel Le Maitre and Rachel Cohu
(Town Church page 282) 
Rachel Gibaut
20 !BAPTISM:
Sophie Gibaut daughter of Charles Jacques and Anne Jehan
born 27 Oct 1808 and baptised 9th Nov
sponsors C.J. Gibaut,Anne Jehan and Nancy Gibaut
(Town Church page 345)

!MARRIAGE:
BIBBAUT, Sophia - James S. LEWIS October 6, 1830 by William B. Evans M.G.
Ref- Muskingum Co., Ohio Marriages 1818-1835; by Genealogical Society of Zanesville, OH; 1977.
note- filed under G. LDS IGI lists as GIBBAUT.
note- possibly dau. of Charles Jacques GIBAUT and Anne JEHAN.

CENSUS:
1850 US Federal Census, OH, Muskingum Co., Zanesville, Ward 4
p.262 1174/1786
LEWIS
James 42 m Cabinet Maker NJ
Sophia 37 f Eng. can't read or write
Mary A. 17 f O.
John 12 m O. school
Susanah 8 f O. school
note- Sophie GIBAUT daughter of Charles Jacques GIBAUT and Anne JEHAN was born 1808 in Guernsey, Channel Islands. 
Sophie Gibaut
21 !BAPTISM: Elizabeth was baptised on the 10 October 1838. sponsors were Rachel De Garis, Jospeph Gibaaut Heleur and Elizabeth Mary Blicq. Record No. 42 File St Peter Port No. 266. Notes of Margaret Youngberry.

CENSUS:
1881 Guernsey, St Peter Port, No. 4 Mount Arrivee Road.
Elizabeth was a school mistress. Lived with her mother. 
Elizabeth Rachel Helleur
22 !BAPTISM: Matthieu Peter was baptsied on 20th March 1841. Sponsors were Rachel De Garis, Joseph Gibaut Helleur and Joseph Nicolas Helleur. Record No. 48 File St Peter Port No. 366. Notes of Margaret Youngberry. Matthieu Peter Helleur
23 !Baptism: Betsy daughter of Matthieu Helleur and Elizabeth Gibaut, his
wifem born 11 Jan 1798 and baptised 14th presented by Matthieu
Helleur, Marie Gibaut and Marie sebire ( Town Church page 1) 
Betsy Helleur
24 !Baptism: Elizabeth daughter of Jacques Gibaut and Marie Le Massurier
was born 12 June 1776 and presented for baptism the 16th of the month, sponsors James Bichard, Ester Gallienne and Sara Gibeaux
(Town Church page 276)

!Marriage: Matthieu Helleur of St Brelade, Jersey and Elizabeth
Gibaud of this Parish were married 14th October 1797
(Town Church page 28)

!Marriage: Nicolas Brouard son of Pierre Brouard and Elizabeth Gibaut
daughter of Jacques Gibaut both of this Parish were married 16th May 1807
(Town Church page 134)

DEEDS:
Elizabeth Gibaut wife of Matthieu Heleur of Jersey, sister of Charles Jacques Gibaut and Pierre Gibaut.
Sellers Matthieu Heleur and his wife Elizabeth Gibaut:
LDS film #0470567
26 Nov 1803 
Elizabeth Gibaut
25 !Baptism: Elizabeth daughter of Pierre Gibaut and Marie Mulot his wife,
born 13th Mar 1815 and baptised 18th presented by Jean Simon and
Elizabeth Bougourd his wife
(St Sampsons page 203) 
Elizabeth Gibaut
26 !Baptism: Henriette Judith daughter of Pierre Gibaut and Marie Mullot his
wife, born 29th Mar 1823 and baptised 20th Apr presented by Nicolas
Guilbert, Judith Mullot and Nancy Marriette
(St Sampsons page 229)

!MARRIAGE:
Henriette Judith GIBAUT married
Richard MAHY of St. Sampson, Guernsey, Channel Islands
LDS IGI

!DEATH:
Henriette Judith GIBAUT, b. abt 1823, St. Sampson, d. 17 Apr. 1904, St. Pierre-Port. She was the wife of Richard MAHY.
Ref- Barry Englert of Port Dover, Ontario. 
Henriette Judith Gibaut
27 !BAPTISM: Jean Pierre was baptised on the 29th May 1832. Sponsors were Joseph Gibaut Helleur, Jean Brouard and Judith Brouard. Record No. 43 File St. Peter Port No. 15. Notes of Margaret Youngberry.

!Burial: Jean-Pierre son of Joseph Gibaut Helleur was buried 3rd June
1832 aged 7 days( Town Church page 226) 
Jean Pierre Helleur
28 !Baptism: Jean son of Nicolas Brouard and Elizabeth Gibaux his wife, born
2nd and baptised 14th July1813 presented by Nicolas Brouard, Pierre
Brouard and Eliz. Gibaux (Town Church page 18) 
Jean Brouard
29 !Baptism: Joseph-Gibaut son of Matthieu Helleur and Elizabeth Gibaut, his
wife born 12th Apr 1805 and baptised 15th presented by Charles
Jacques Gibaut, Pierre Gibaut and Anne Jehan ( Town Church page 217)

!MARRIAGE: Rachel daughter of Pierre De Garis of St. Pierre Du Bois married Joseph Helleur on 29 March, 1828. Record No. 27 File St Peter DuBos.

CENSUS:
1841 Vrangue, St Peter Port, Guernsey, Dist. 15, Page 05.
Joseph was a shoemaker.
1851 No. 5 Vrangue, St Peter Port, Guernsey, Page 154.
Jospeh - occupation Carter.

DEEDS: Joseph purchased land in 1833 in the area of Bouet, Parish of St Peter Port, Guernsey. 
Joseph Gibaut Helleur
30 !Baptism: Judith daughter of Nicolas Brouard and Elizabeth Gibaut his
wife, born 6th and baptised 11th July 1811 presented by Pierre Brouard,
Judith Blampied and Betsy Heller (Town Church page 438) 
Judith Brouard
31 !Baptism: Judith daughter of Nicolas Gibaut and Rachel Martel his wife,
born 15th and baptised 18th Mar 1808 presented by Jean De Quetteville,
Judith Martel and Patty Moullin
(Town Church page 322)

!Burial: Judith daughter of Nicolas Gibaut was buried 25 Jan 1810
(Town Church page 88) 
Judith Gibaut
32 !Baptism: Judith daughter of Nicolas Gibaut and Rachel Martel his wife,
born 27th Feb 1805 and baptised 3rd March presented by Nic. Gibaut,
Judith Martel and Judith Le Page
(Town Church page 211)

!Burial: Rachel daughter of Nicolas Gibaut was buried 18th Nov 1805 (
Town Church page 55)
note- this burial may be Judith GIBUAT born 27 Feb. 1805. 
Judith Gibaut
33 !Baptism: Judith daughter of Pierre Gibaut and Marie Mullot his wife, born
6th Oct 1821 and baptised 21st presented by Matthieu Helleur, Judith Mullott and Judith Brouard
(St Sampsons page 224) 
Judith Gibaut
34 !Baptism: Marie daughter of Jacques Gibaut and Marie Le Massurier was
born 13 June 1774 and presented for baptism the next day , sponsors
Zacharie Mahai, Marie Le Page and Elizabeth Gallienne
(Town Church page 236)

!Marriage: Pierre Sarchet son of Thomas and Marie Gibaud daughter of
Jacques both of St sampsons were married together 27 Nov 1799
(St Sampsons page 41)

MARRIAGE:
DESCENDANTS:
Included in the family records of John A. MAHEY. 
Marie Gibaut
35 !Baptism: Marie daughter of Nicolas Gibaut and Rachel Martel his wife,
born 20th and baptised 26th March 1809 presented by Thomas Robin,
Marie Gallienne and Marie Phillips
(Town Church page 59)

!Burial: Marie Gibaux was buried 7th Nov 1811 daughter of Nicolas
(Town Church page 98) 
Marie Gibaut
36 !Baptism: Marie daughter of Nicolas Gibaut and Rachel Martel his wife,
born 22nd and baptised 4th April 1816 presented by Pierre Gibaut, Marie
Mullot and Rachel Martel
(Town Church page 99)

!Death: 4th Aug 1885, Mary Gibaut, parents Nicolas Gibaut Gibaut and
Rachel Martel, 69, of Rutte Braye
( Greffe St Peter Port 139/203)

1851 census 72/6, 18 Truchot Street
Marthe Gibaut,head,unmarried, aged 37, baker, born St Peter Port
Mary Gibaut,sister, unmarried, aged 35, born St Peter Port

1881 census 5624/053, 19 Truchot
Marthe Gibaut,head,unmarried, aged 67,retired baker, born St Peter Port
Mary Gibaut,sister, unmarried, aged 65,baker and grocer, born St Peter Port

CENSUS:
1841 England Census
Microfilm reference # HO 107 1460/13 folio 17
Guernsey, St. Peter Port, Truchot St.
GIBAUT
Martha f 27 Bakehouse
Mary f 25
Fk.? m 30
next house-
GIBAUT
Nichs. m 57 Ind.
Rachel f 59
note- all born on same island [Guernsey]

CENSUS:
1851 England Census
Microfilm reference # HO 107 2530 folio 72,
Guernsey, St. Peters Port, 18 Touchot Street
GIBAUT,
Martha Head u. f 37 Baker b. Guernsey, St. P. Port
Mary sister u. f 35 Baker b. Guernsey, St. P. Port
MARTEL,
Rachel grandmother wid. f 94 Annuitat b. Guernsey, St. P. Port 
Marie Gibaut
37 !Baptism: Marie daughter of Pierre Gibaud and Marie Mollet his wife, born
18th Sept 1805 and baptised 23 Sept presented by Pierre Gibaud, Marie
Bougourd and Judith Mollet
(St Sampsons page 121) 
Marie Gibaut
38 !Baptism: Marie daughter of Pierre Gibaut and Marie Mullot his wife,
born
17th April 1827 and baptised 6th May presented by Jean Torode, Mary
Heller and Betsey Gibaut ( St Sampsons page 242)

!Death: 9th Feb 1893, Maria wife of Peter Taylor, parents Peter Gibaut
and - Mullot, 66, of Place de la Trinite ( Greffe St Peter Port
501/33)

DEATH:
Maria GIBAUT, b. abt 1826, d. 9 Feb 1893, Trinity Square, St. Peter-Port. She was the wife of Peter TAYLOR.
Ref- Barry Englert of Port Dover, Ontario.

1851 census, 17/93, Saltern Street, St Sampsons
Mary E. Gilbaut, head, aged 31, seamans wife, born St Sampsons
Maria Gilbaut, sister, aged 23, unmarried, bonnet maker, born St
Sampsons 
Marie Gibaut
39 !Baptism: Marie Elizabeth daughter of Pierre Gibaut and Marie Mollet his
wife, born 23 Mar 1819 and baptised 11th April presented by Nicolas
Brouard, Elizabeth Gibaut and Judith Brouard
(St Sampsons page 218)

!Death: 18 Apr 1855 Marie Gibaut, parents Pierre Gibaut and Mary Mullot,
aged 36, of Proche Le Havre
(Greffe St Sampsons 237/431)

1851 census, 17/93, Saltern Street, St Sampsons
Mary E. Gilbaut, head, aged 31, seamans wife, born St Sampsons
Maria Gilbaut, sister, aged 23, unmarried, bonnet maker, born St Sampsons

CENSUS:
1851 England Census
Microfilm reference # HO 107 2531 folio 17,
Guernsey, St. Sampson, 93 Saltern Road
GIBAUT,
Mary E. Head mar f 31 Seaman's wife b. Guernsey, St. Sampson
Maria sister u. f 23 Bonnet maker b. Guernsey, St. Sampson 
Marie Elizabeth Gibaut
40 !Baptism: Marie-Michelle daughter of Matthieu Helleur and Elizabeth
Gibaut, his wifem born 10 Dec 1799 and baptised 15th presented by
Thomas Baptiste, Michelle Fallaise and Rachel Gibaut ( Town Church page
49) 
Marie Michelle Helleur
41 !Baptism: Marthe daughter of Nicolas Gibaut and Rachel Martel his wife,
born 17th and baptised 27th January 1814 presented by Jean Moullin,
Marthe Gallienne and Judith Gibaux
(Town Church page 34)

!Death: 5th October 1900, Martha Gibaut, parents Nicolas Gibaut and
Rachel Martel, 86, of Ruette Braye, natural causes
( Greffe St Peter Port 25/215)

1851 census 72/6, 18 Truchot Street
Marthe Gibaut,head,unmarried, aged 37, baker, born St Peter Port
Mary Gibaut,sister, unmarried, aged 35, born St Peter Port

1881 census 5624/053, 19 Truchot
Marthe Gibaut,head,unmarried, aged 67,retired baker, born St Peter Port
Mary Gibaut,sister, unmarried, aged 65,baker and grocer, born St Peter Port

CENSUS:
1841 England Census
Microfilm reference # HO 107 1460/13 folio 17
Guernsey, St. Peter Port, Truchot St.
GIBAUT
Martha f 27 Bakehouse
Mary f 25
Fk.? m 30
next house-
GIBAUT
Nichs. m 57 Ind.
Rachel f 59
note- all born on same island [Guernsey]

CENSUS:
1851 England Census
Microfilm reference # HO 107 2530 folio 72,
Guernsey, St. Peters Port, 18 Touchot Street
GIBAUT,
Martha Head u. f 37 Baker b. Guernsey, St. P. Port
Mary sister u. f 35 Baker b. Guernsey, St. P. Port
MARTEL,
Rachel grandmother wid. f 94 Annuitat b. Guernsey, St. P. Port 
Marthe Gibaut
42 !BAPTISM: Mary Amelia was baptised on 3rd Aug 1836. Sponsors were Jean Torode, Marie Michelle Helleur and Mary Annd Blicq. Record No. 47 File St Peter Port No. 170. Notes of Margaret Youngberry. Mary Amelia Helleur
43 !Baptism: Matthieu son of Matthieu Helleur and Elizabeth Gibaut, his
wifem born 9th DEc 1801 and baptised 13th presented by Nicolas Gibaut,
Pierre Gibaut and Rachel Martel ( Town Church page 104)

!Marriage: Matthieu Helleur son of Matthieu and Rachel Gibaut daughter of
Nicolas of St Peter port of this Parish were married 28 Aug 1823 ( Town
Church page 285) 
Matthieu Joseph Helleur
44 !Baptism: Matthieu son of Nicolas Gibaut and Rachel Martel his wife, born
10th and baptised 18th February 1821 presented by Nicolas Brouard,
Matthieu Helleur and Elizabeth Gibaut
(Town Church page 229)

!Burial: Matthieu son of Nicolas Gibaut was buried 18 Feb 1822
(Town Church page 156) 
Matthew Gibaut
45 !Baptism: Nancy daughter of Pierre Gibaut and Marie Mullot his wife, born
23rd Feb 1825 and baptised 13th Mar presented by Jean Jehan, Marie Bougourd and Betsy Gibaut
(St Sampsons page 236) 
Nancy Gibaut
46 !Baptism: Nicolas Helleur son of Matthieu and Rachel Gibaut, his wife born
30th Jan 1826 and baptised 14th Feb presented by Nicolas Gibaut,
Matthieu Helleur and Rachel Martel ( Town Church page 374) 
Nicolas Helleur
47 !Baptism: Nicolas son of Jacques Gibaut and Marie Le Massurier was born
10 Aug 1783 and presented for baptism the 17th of the month , sponsors
Nicolas Robilliard, Jacques Gibaut and Susanne Le Page
(Town Church page 441)

!Marriage: Nicolas Gibaut son of Jacques and Rachel Martel daughter of
Thomas Martel both of this Parish were married 14th Feb 1803
(Town Church page 71)

!Death: 25 Sept 1867 Nicolas Gibaut, parents Charles James Gibaut and
Mary Le Masurier, aged 84, of Truchot, baker, nat. causes
(Greffe St Peter Port 145/167)

1841 Census ref: 1460 13/17
Marthe Gibaut, aged 27, bake house, born Guernsey
Mary Gibaut, aged 25, born Guernsey
? Gibaut,(male) aged 30,, born Guernsey
Nicolas Gibaut, aged 57, ind., born Guernsey
Rachel Gibaut, aged 59,, born Guernsey

DEEDS:
Deeds and Contracts of Guernsey, Channel Islands.
Nicolas Gibaut son of Jacques Gibaut of St. Peter Port, Guernsey and brother of Charles Jacques Gibaut.
Seller Nicolas Gibaut and his wife Rachel Martel:
LDS film #0470570
16 Dec 1809

OCCUPATION:
1833 Commercial Directory
Bakers
------
GIBAUT, Nicholas, Country Mansell
--
Boot & Shoe Makers
------------------
GIBAUT, Peter, St. Sampson's
Ref- Stranger's Guide to Guernsey
by J. E. Collins; 1833; S. Barbet, Printer; Guernsey;
[located in closed access area T;G 933 Guidhall Library, London, England]

CENSUS:
1841 England Census
Microfilm reference # HO 107 1460/13 folio 17
Guernsey, St. Peter Port, Truchot St.
GIBAUT
Martha f 27 Bakehouse
Mary f 25
Fk.? m 30
next house-
GIBAUT
Nichs. m 57 Ind.
Rachel f 59
note- all born on same island [Guernsey]
note- Fk? could be Th. for Thomas. 
Nicolas Gibaut
48 !Baptism: Nicolas son of Nicolas Brouard and Elizabeth Gibaut his wife,
born 12th and baptised 14th Nov 1807 presented by Jean Brouard snr.,
and Jnr. and Marguerite Simon (Town Church page 308) 
Nicolas Brouard
49 !Baptism: Nicolas son of Nicolas Brouard and Elizabeth Gibaut his wife,
born 8th and baptised 13th Jan 1810 presented by Jean Brouard snr.,and
Jnr. and Marguerite Simon (Town Church page 383) 
Nicolas Brouard
50 !Baptism: Nicolas son of Nicolas Gibaut and Rachel Martel his wife, born
11th and baptised 14th February 1806 presented by Nic Gibaut Thomas
Martel, and Rachel Martel (Town Church page 272)

!Marriage: Nicolas Gibaut son of Nicolas and Rachel Lenfestey daughter of
Jean Lenfestey both of St Peter Port were married together 28th April
1832 ( Town Church page 381)

1841 census ref: 1460 /30 Bouillon
Nicholas Gibaut, aged 35, shipwright, born Guernsey
Rachel Gibaut, aged 30, born Guernsey
Rachel Gibaut, aged 2, born Guernsey
Alfred Gibaut, aged 11 months, born Guernsey

1851 census 141/116 Bouillon no. 31
Nicholas Gibaut,head aged 44, house carpenter, born St Peter Port,
Rachel Gibaut,wife, aged 42, born St Peter Port
Rachel Gibaut, aged 12, born St Peter Port 
Nicolas Gibaut

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